Fayette County

November 22, 2013 6:42 PM

Lexington man has wildcats lurking in his honey locust tree

When David Terry reluctantly had to take down a deteriorating honey locust tree behind his Lexington home he saw an artistic opportunity. So, instead of having the remaining stump ground up, Terry called Jeffersonville-based chainsaw sculptor Harley Dougherty.

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